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Music Video: Get Up

Artisit: Ciara featuring Chamillionaire

  • Genre: R&B/Soul
  • Release Date: 2003
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Video Length: 4:59

  • Copyright: Ciara featuring Chamillionaire

Music Video For Get Up By Artist Ciara featuring Chamillionaire

Reviews For Get Up By Artist Ciara featuring Chamillionaire

  • Ciara is awesome

    5
    By KbCheetah
    This is a great video and Ciara sings it great.
  • She Never Ceases Amaze

    5
    By Secret_Name
    Ciara did it once again when she hit us with this one, becoming another instant hit for her! Way to go Ciara, another amazing dance video from you!!
  • Sorry

    1
    By Jjordan00
    I never saw this video soooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo I can't rate but I am a big fan so it's probuly good
  • Funny

    4
    By Wanttink
    How dose she move her BUTT like dat?
  • Awesome

    5
    By Save'
    This chick is cool! She be rockin those moves. I know that's right girl get it:)
  • Go Girl!

    5
    By Truthfully Gorgeous
    This is the best dance video since Janet Jackson's "IF" video. She is doing her thing.
  • Yea, um

    2
    By musicuziluvit
    the music video which i've seen-makes me think of the background of the music video. still i only give this 2 stars because the song is good but not the music video!
  • This chick can dance!

    5
    By Souljakid tell'em
    Ciara can dance 4 her life. she can do any kind of music, slow, fast, u name it.
  • This is GREAT!

    5
    By fializ
    She is so talented! YOU RULE!

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